Stress and General Manifestations on the Human Body


  • Lacramioara Mocanu Danubius University of Galati
  • Ancuta Loredana Cărăuș


stress; situation; work; organization; career; internal-external factors; symptoms; physiological; psychological; behavior; feelings; success; constraints


Today, stress has become an increasingly widespread phenomenon. Stress is seen as a response to a situation where individuals are unable to meet the requirements required of them. Occupational stress is not only pressure in the workplace, it is a life-long factor and must be viewed from several perspectives: work load, workplace relationships, organizational structure and climate, role ambiguity and conflict of role, opportunities for career development, work-family relationship. In general, occupational stress is caused by several factors, which can be classified into three groups: external factors, factors that depend on the organization and factors that depend on the employee. Stress can manifest itself in different ways. Symptoms of stress can be divided into three main groups: physiological, psychological and behavioral.

Author Biography

Lacramioara Mocanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology


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